None of the other gaps in human knowledge that have been filled with the ever-increasing body of human knowledge have ever confirmed the existence of any of the deities that have been worshipped over the millennia of our known history. Without substantial positive evidence for them, I see no reason to include them in any hypotheses about what is currently still unknown. None of your silly little semantic tricks will change that.<quoted text>
If you think this is no evidence for the Primal Cause, tell us yourself what caused the universe to exist if it is composed of matter and matter cannot cause itself to exist. If you don't know, why discard the concept of Causality? Why not give the Primal Cause the benefit of the doubt according to the concept of Probability?
We're done here.